This stunning and unique wetland area is formed by the Okavango River flowing into the Kalahari Desert. It creates the distinctive oasis known as the Okavango Delta.
Comprising of thousands of tiny islands, some solely made of small salt planes too salty to support plants, around 70% of the islands were originally termite mounds, however they now serve as land for wildlife.
Being a rarity in that it is one of the only sources of water available for animals and wildlife in day light hours means that it attracts thousands of animals. This creates a particularly special opportunity for observing many different animals, birdlife and fish.
The Okavango Delta can be explored in some rather exciting ways - on foot, in a game drive vehicle or in a Mokoro to delve into life in the floodwaters. However you decide to experience this wondrous oasis, it really is sure to be the trip of a lifetime.
Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198
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Helicopter flights can make some of the most remote villages in the Okavango Delta accessible to those looking for a cultural side to complement its amazing wildlife, providing an unforgettable insight into a way of life that has changed very little for many generations.
The excursion, which lasts approximately 2 hours, begins with guests being picked up from their camp for a scenic ﬂight to the village to which we have been invited. This journey and the return ﬂight provide amazing photographic opportunities of the landscape and wildlife en-route. The tour is led by a local guide who explains aspects of village life such as architecture, religious beliefs, hunting and ﬁshing, and there is also the opportunity to meet local craftspeople.
From USD 375 to USD 710 per person depending on pick up location. Please contact your Destination Specialist to find out more on +44 1993 824198.
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